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Table 1 Total number of SSRs in different genome regions

From: Large-scale analysis reveals that the genome features of simple sequence repeats are generally conserved at the family level in insects

Order Species Exon Intron Intergenic regions Spanning exon-intron Spanning intergenic-genetic total number
Anoplura P. humanus 3797 82,101 377,312 340 287 463,837
Coleoptera D. ponderosae 275 1726 6182 23 10 8216
T. castaneum 734 7623 9493 43 21 17,914
Diptera A. aegypti 4510 272,342 91,215 537 50 368,654
A. coluzzii 3896 22,894 52,062 127 95 79,074
A. darlingi 27,936 45,779 213,703 2749 586 290,753
A. gambiae 4781 28,746 74,093 108 106 107,834
A. sinensis 3219 5862 23,306 75 30 32,492
A. stephensi 4125 11,654 54,969 112 488 71,348
B. cucurbitae 2388 42,930 40,223 46 161 85,748
B. dorsalis 1903 27,991 29,792 37 77 59,800
C. capitata 3862 113,867 100,518 73 288 218,608
C. quinquefasciatus 10,339 53,060 221,906 1283 396 286,984
D. ananassae 3823 15,074 32,900 73 26 51,896
D. erecta 3810 10,660 23,757 49 27 38,303
D. grimshawi 8444 47,707 95,949 172 70 152,342
D. melanogaster 2201 30,075 15,571 56 95 47,998
D. mojavensis 8222 56,598 124,059 203 69 189,151
D. persimilis 5613 34,289 62,326 172 76 102,476
D. pseudoobscura 6227 32,734 67,334 137 65 106,497
D. sechellia 2527 9763 20,328 63 36 32,717
D. simulans 2253 9234 19,388 57 24 30,956
D. virilis 8114 39,513 88,738 140 60 136,565
D. willistoni 6731 45,312 97,124 142 59 149,368
D. yakuba 3571 13,101 28,165 79 35 44,951
M. destructor 3883 17,407 59,110 519 415 81,334
M. scalaris 268 770 2581 25 7 3651
M. domestica 2298 58,145 64,685 45 227 125,400
Hemiptera A. pisum 2349 93,793 71,989 164 511 168,806
D. citri 459 78,562 78,172 115 179 157,487
N. lugens 955 9002 25,103 73 35 35,168
R. prolixus 505 24,038 87,771 42 45 112,401
Hymenoptera A. dorsata 1083 83,173 59,480 119 334 144,189
A. florea 1484 81,374 60,290 123 368 143,639
A. mellifera 4455 82,325 133,229 724 397 221,130
A. rosae 973 54,968 41,550 60 240 97,791
B. impatiens 890 27,439 14,460 43 260 43,092
B. terrestris 892 25,178 13,437 27 267 39,801
C. floridanus 3493 22,024 92,188 682 227 118,614
C. biroi 1446 30,066 14,794 57 179 46,542
C. solmsi marchali 1579 115,235 126,743 424 985 244,966
F. arisanus 744 8932 4937 32 54 14,699
H. saltator 12,331 79,960 388,788 2777 818 484,674
L. humile 1635 6724 41,722 67 61 50,209
M. rotundata 1018 13,356 7637 35 84 22,130
M. demolitor 2343 60,307 44,657 186 553 108,046
N. vitripennis 1897 39,230 70,786 175 24 112,112
P. barbatus 1860 13,131 78,291 119 97 93,498
V. emeryi 1787 33,971 22,043 59 304 58,164
W. auropunctata 1724 51,892 36,798 64 345 90,823
A. echinatior 4443 35,426 115,736 790 203 156,598
Isoptera Z. nevadensis 879 16,054 48,801 61 27 65,822
Lepidoptera B. mori 501 12,750 76,795 41 21 90,108
C. suppressalis 861 5346 8584 157 6 14,954
D. plexippus 553 11,184 24,726 40 18 36,521
H. melpomene 571 13,315 23,606 45 45 37,582
M. sexta 864 17,324 24,138 40 67 42,433
P. xylostella 9700 74,901 144,119 1862 291 230,873